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Sociology, Theology, Anti-Religion and Exploration: Forcing Humanity Forwards


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Vexen Crabtree 2015
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Problems with Heaven

Problems with Heaven: Free Will and Evil


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(Anonymous)
The Cosmological argument
This argument can also be called causality. Aristotle talked about this concept writing that all motion must have a beginning. A ball does not role all on its own. It must be hit, for example. But something must move the bat that hits the ball. Something in turn had to start the person moving/growing/living who swung the bat that hit the ball. Aristotle held the belief that motion could not go back infinitely, there had to have been something that started the first movement, an “unmoved mover”. (Durant 1978; p71)
The cosmological argument basically sees God as being the ‘First Cause’, the thing that was not caused by anything else and started everything else happening. This holds to the bible’s saying that God was there in the beginning. Causality actually implies that God was the beginning. (Durant 1978; p71)

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(Anonymous)
Just because a dead guy said it doesn't make it true... Hell, I could quote a number of dead atheist philosophers at you, but the fact is, you're probably not gonna change what you believe on the say of some goth kid you don't know...
So, Captain Sunshine, why are YOU bothering to try to sway someone else's opinion with your over-used philosophy? Why bother other people? If they wanna believe, they will. I don't. Leave me alone...
Of course, if anyone REALLY wants to debate this point further with a hysterical little sh*t, go ahead! Drop me an email at danshouseofdannyness@hotmail.com
Oh, and Vexen? In case you still read these comments... Great f*cking site, mate, you converted me to the way of LaVey :)

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